D*cked: Dark Fiction Inspired by Dick Cheney

Neighborhood Watch

Writing this story was a lot of fun. The anthology was edited by my good friend Greg Bardsley and his colleagues Kieran Shea and Jedidiah Ayres. It's chock full of imaginative and delicious noir.

From Chris Rhatigan's review: "This is a cracking collection of stories by reliable crime fiction authors all with a unique take on The Veep. I particularly liked Rachel Canon's "Neighborhood Watch." A down-on-his-luck Cheney makes a voyage to a dystopian suburb, meeting up with some badass soccer moms. I hadn't read any of Canon's work before but I will definitely be on the lookout in the future."

Can't ask for a better review than that. Maybe I should switch genres.

Selected Works

Fiction
Random House, 1996
Headline Books, 1995
Novel in progress
Short Fiction
Appeared in the anthology D*cked: Dark Fiction Inspired by Dick Cheney (2011).
In Turning Up The Leaves, Coe Review Pres, 2000
In UnEarth, Second Anniversary Issue, Winter 1979
Just for Fun
In BBQ'ed Poetry, 1989

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